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How do I obtain my Massachusetts marriage certificate?

Updated: Jul 17, 2018

There are several documents you will need in order to file a no-fault divorce in Massachusetts. A certified copy of your marriage certificate is required for filing a Joint Petition for Divorce or a Complaint for Divorce in Massachusetts - both no-fault divorce

options.

You can obtain your marriage certificate from the town hall of the town/city you were married or resided in at the time of your marriage. See the link below for more information. It will have a raised seal. There will be a small fee. Your church certificate will not be accepted by the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court.

https://www.mass.gov/ordering-a-birth-marriage-or-death-certificate

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